Brockville – The 9th annual Dancing Stars of Leeds-Grenville in support of the Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau is taking place on Saturday, March 7th at Thousand Islands Secondary School.
Hometown TV12 will be featuring the dance teams over the next couple of weeks.
Today we feature Team The Workshop Dance Studio: with Choreographer – Nancy Morgan and Dancers – North Grenville Mayor Nancy Peckford & Deputy Mayor Jim McManaman
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Meet Choreographer Nancy Morgan
Nancy started dancing in 1968 and after dancing with the National Tap Dance Company in Toronto, and starting her own tap company, Tapotage in Montreal, in 2015 she opened her own studio in Kemptville. This will be her third exciting season with Dancing Stars and brand-new dancers. Nancy wishes Break-a-Leg to all the dancers and choreographers.
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MEET Mayor Nancy Peckford
Nancy is mom to 3 school-age children, and an avid politico. Growing up in Newfoundland & Labrador, Nancy’s interest in politics was sparked at an early age. A proud sports Mom (with 2 children in hockey, and 1 in dance), Nancy can be found at the rink and dance floor several times a week!
Always up for a challenge, and as a former competitive gymnast, Nancy is looking forward to hitting the dance floor on March 7th
Welcome to Dancing Stars North Grenville Mayor Nancy Peckford
MEET Deputy Mayor Jim McManaman
He’s a mover and a shaker. Those 2 words are very fitting for dancer Jim McManaman. He has lived, worked and volunteered in North Grenville for 24 years. This gentleman is an entrepreneur who understands the importance and challenges of sustaining small businesses in our region. From the business community, the non-profit sector to municipal government this man
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